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“Is my child ready for elementary school?” As a mom, chances are you’ve asked yourself this question. In today’s world, we want to make sure that we’re giving our children every advantage and opportunity that we can, and that means ensuring that their education begins early — and gets off to the right start.
Research shows learning loss is real — children can lose essential skills gained during the year. While summer is underway, the new school year will be upon us in the blink of an eye. Read on for a few things you can do this summer that will help prepare your kids for the upcoming school year.
Run for yourself and run for girls on Saturday, July 24 at Twin Cities Orthopedics’ Women Run the Cities, presented by PNC Bank, at St. Paul’s Upper Landing Park.
Do it for you with 5K, 10K and 10 mile distances. You’ll earn a finisher shirt and medal. Do it for Girls on the Run, the girls’ empowerment nonprofit, with generous donation matching from TCO, PNC Bank and Twin Cities In Motion.
Celebrate successes, motivate ambitions and elevate the next generation. For more information and to register, click here.
The success of our community depends on the strength of the entire village. Moms on the Run welcomes Everbrook Academy to Minnesota with two new locations — Woodbury and Savage — and as a 2021 #MOTRkind sponsor. We love options for healthy families. Read on to learn more about Everbrook and their innovative STEAM-powered curriculum.
There's no doubt this is a stressful and challenging season. If you have young children, our friends at PNC, through their Grow Up Great initiative, have some helpful tips parents and caregivers can do to help relieve some of children's fears and insecurities. One tip is remember to be calm and understanding when children are being clingy, whiny or overactive. Helping them regain control of their feelings reassures them that you are keeping them safe.
Maintaining healthy habits is hard, but how can we work smarter, not harder, especially when it comes to mealtime? We’re enlisting the help of MedExpress team member and nutritionist Lindsay Nelson, who knows a thing or two about healthy eating habits that can make eating tasty food and healthy food the same thing. Read the full article.